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Rudolf Rezso Charousek vs Mikhail Chigorin
Budapest (1896), Budapest AUH, rd 1, Oct-24
King's Gambit: Accepted. Bishop's Gambit (C33)  ·  0-1
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Apr-09-06
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  Whitehat1963: Ouch!
May-01-06  Atking: Is NxRa8 bad ? Of course with whithe queen in b3 13.Qb3 NxBd5 14.NxRa8 g4 15.Ne5 Can somebody test the line with a computer ? It looks complex but playable for White.
Jul-31-10
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  jessicafischerqueen: This is Game One of the Playoff Match to decide sole first at the <Budapest International Tournament 1896>
Feb-20-18
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  keypusher: <Atking: Is NxRa8 bad ? Of course with whithe queen in b3 13.Qb3 NxBd5 14.NxRa8 g4 15.Ne5 Can somebody test the line with a computer ? It looks complex but playable for White.>

SF comes up with 14....Bg4 and thinks Black has a large advantage.

Feb-20-18
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  heuristic: only game with 11.Nb5

13.Qd2?
13.Qe2 Nbxd5 14.Nxa8 Bg4 15.c3

16.Kg1?!
16.b3 Bf5 17.Bb2 Rac8 18.Rc1

17...Bxe5!?
17...Bf5 18.Qf2 f6 19.Nc4 g3 20.Qf1

19.Qxf4??
19.b3

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